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  • On film, collegians major in life lessons

    College is the great id of American movies. In the early days of film, universities were largely settings for outlandish comic escapades. But since the arrival of the youth culture in the 1960s, college has been a happy home not just for comedy, but for...
  • Beverly D'Angelo's Beverly Hills home listed at $2,185,000

    Beverly D'Angelo's Beverly Hills home listed at $2,185,000
    There is much to envy about actress Beverly D'Angelo: ageless beauty, a Hollywood career of lasting duration, the fact that hunky Al Pacino parked his slippers at her front door for years and that she owns a 1920s Spanish-style gem of a house in Beverly...
  • 'Chuck' vs. Chevy Chase

    Chuck Bartowski will meet one of his heroes later this season, and he'll look a lot like Chevy Chase. The "Fletch" and "Caddyshack" star and comedy icon will appear in three episodes of "Chuck" this spring, NBC says. He'll play a computer genius and...
  • Remember Karen Allen? Steven Spielberg did for 'Indiana Jones'

    Remember Karen Allen? Steven Spielberg did for 'Indiana Jones'
    SHE WAS Boone's girl Katy in "Animal House," and this was enough to cement her in the collective conscience of a certain kind of male. This male was 13 when the National Lampoon comedy was released, in 1978; what he has retained in his mind's eye about...
  • 'Square Pegs' fits right in

    'Square Pegs' fits right in
    A comedy about kids that was not made for kids but was not not made for kids, "Square Pegs" premiered on CBS in the fall of 1982; a quarter of a century later, it has come to DVD in its surprisingly modest, 19-episode entirety. But 9 1/2 hours is time...
  • Former 'Bachelor' Star Gets Married

    "The Bachelor" has found love, but not with his pick from the show. Former reality TV star and winery overseer Andrew Firestone married model-actress Ivana Bozilovic Saturday afternoon, July 5, in Los Olivos, Calif., reports Usmagazine.com. "Standing at...
  • Ensuring a series is combat ready

    Ensuring a series is combat ready
    When David Simon ("The Wire") considered HBO's proposal to script Evan Wright's book "Generation Kill," he knew the journalist should stay in the picture, he told television critics at their annual press tour last week. Simon, who worked on the...
  • 'Boy Meets World' Star Meets Style Network

    The Style Network is looking to cook up its own version of "The Soup," and it's tapped actress Danielle Fishel as its head chef. The former "Boy Meets World" star will host a show called "The Dish," which will present a weekly look at what made news in...
  • 'Awake' may not rouse sleepy week

    'Awake' may not rouse sleepy week
    This is the first of a new weekly feature that will project the weekend box-office performance and analyze marketing campaigns for movies opening and returning in theaters. With the only major release hitting theaters this week, the backers of the...
  • 'Pest Control' can't be exterminated

    You can't throw a skim latte in L.A. without hitting a writer who has a screenplay that's been stuck in the system since grunge was breaking. But there are very few who can say that in the intervening years they've turned the same story into a well-...
  • Onion's 'Our Dumb World' could pass for what it's mocking

    Thirty years ago, National Lampoon elbowed the ribs of daily journalism with a Sunday newspaper sendup that's still funnier than most of what passes for parody these days. But the people at The Onion, this generation's less sophomoric inheritor of...
  • Movie review: National Lampoon Presents Robodoc -- 1 out of 5 stars

    Years in the making, written and coaxed to the screen by Space Coast radiologist and sometime-comedy writer Dr. Doug Gordon, Robodoc has Central Florida fingerprints all over it. It was filmed and largely financed here. But as much as I'd like to sing...